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  Overview
 
The combination of cultures and backgrounds makes Thailand an interesting and memorable country to visit. More people visit Thailand than any other country in Southeast Asia. This is no surprise as the Royal Kingdom of Thailand is blessed with so many attractions that visitors frequently find there’s never time. To explore all the temples, beaches, national parks and museums in the country would take a lifetime.  Yet this is only the beginning, for Thailand also possesses one of the richest cultural heritages in Southeast Asia: history, lively arts, a good nightlife, friendly and hospitable people and last but not least one of the best cuisines in the world.

Travel in Thailand is easy due to a good network of trains, busses and airplanes. Most visitors enter the country via the Southeast Asian travel hubBangkok, the City of Angels. From there you can do great daytrips to cities like the former capital Ayutthaya and Kanchanaburi, known for the River Kwai bridge.From there most visitors head either north or south. In the north you can visit the interesting cities of Sukhothai, Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai or Mae Hong Son. The north is known for its fantastic trekking possibilities and the interesting hill tribes. In the south the traveler can relax at some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, for example, Koh Tao, Krabi, Koh Samui or Phuket. Some areas are very touristy, but it is easy to find some quiet spots.

The Northeast is popular with independent travelers. Known by Thais as Isaan this area hosts some lovely forested mountains and national parks and very friendly people. The major highlight is probably the famous Khao Yai National Park, but other interesting places are easily found in this area.

People with a limited time budget might go to the East Coast. There are many popular resorts, including Pattaya. Asia’s premier beach resort. The region is rich in natural resources, including rubber, rice, fishing, orchards and gemstones, and scenically arresting with several national parks containing waterfalls, virgin forest and uninhabited, remote islands. One popular island is Koh Chang.

Bangkok
The City of Angels is a must for every visitor.

Chiang Mai
The "Flower of the North" is a good place to explore the beautful surrounding. Go

 

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